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tia*% One Dollar each.
-Cotton closed in Liverpool unchanged.
Bales 10 ODO bales.
-In New York cotton waa rather weak at 84}
for middling. Sales 2900 bales.
-a jld was excited, closing at 854.
-A. first-rate New York shirt-cutter gets a
salary of ?9000 a year.
-Chief Justice Chase bas taken a cottage at
* White"8ulpbur Springs, "Virginia.
-It is now proposed by the Pacific Ballway
folks to sell exoararan tickets "round the
-But 106 out of 800 applicat iona sade at
Washington for velocipede patents nave been
-Slippery elm bark is peeled in Minnesota
in large quanti ties and shipped to Eastern
-California is adapted to the poppy culture,
and wiD soon furnish opium to the devotees of
-Cuban sympathizers spent $300,000 on the
expedition recently intercepted by the govern?
ment at New York.
-Kentucky towns refuse to license negro
beer-se lier*, but reserve the employment for
tire superior race. .
' -It is expected that tba expenditures for the
army will fall off dnring the next fiscal year
fully twenty-six millions.
-San Franc!*? was to parade ba its proce?
si?n, on Monday, all the boys more than ten
years old, who were born in the State.
-Mr. Hnrlbut, of the World, it is reported,
wiD go to B aro pe to report the (Ecumenical
Council and the opening of the Suez canal.
-Mrs. General Grant's "best" dinner set was
made in Pans, expressly for the White House.
Will the New York Tribune call this encourag?
ing American manufactures ?
-Reports ol great social immorality baring
reached the ears of tbe grand jury at Dubuque,
Iowa, subpoenas were issued to almost every
male inhabitant who had reached years of dis?
-The New York Times is said to have re?
ceived, since Mr. Ratmond'a death, an ava?
lanche of propositions from would-be editors.
They are classified as follows: Persons willing
tobe maoagera, 6259; financial editors, 5670;
leader writers, 665; theatrical critics, 2076; re?
porter, 1; night editors, 0; errand boys, 0.
-The Raleigh Sentinel says: "Ihe Chat?
ham Railroad is completed, we learn, from Ca?
rey, on the North Carolina Railroad, to within
two miles of Haywood. The terminus of the
completed portion barbeen named 'Pullet Sta?
tion,'in honor of 'Chicken' Gunter, one of tbe
representatives in the Legislature from Chat?
ham County.'* _. _ _
--AU?-TTMuiugion correspondente say that
there are four mortgages on the National In?
telligencer concern, covering 140,000. The pa?
per did not own a cent of real estate. It has
been quite profitable, but could not rapport
one or two of its proprietors who lived in such
princely style as to astonish some of the rich?
est men in the Sstrict.
-Memphis, Tenn., under Radical rule is not
a pleasant place to live in. There hare been
forty-three murders and homicides committed
in the city and vicinity during the past twelve
months. Of the guilty parties none have been
punished, and only two convicted and sen?
tenced, Tia : Gavin and Moody, who are to be
hung on the 20th of August.
-Yerger'a confinement seems to be telling
on him. His fact are chained and his hands
are manacled, and the only glimpse he gets of
the world, when h3 is not before the commis?
sion, is through a little window at least eight
feat high. He said to tho Episcopal clergy?
man who visited him Monday, that he is quite
ready to die if Mrs. Crane wished it.
-Sam Hildebrand, the notorious Missouri
outlaw, who had eighty deach-notohea on the
butt of his rifle, is reported to hare died of
the wound which he recently received when
defending himself against an armed posse of
sixteen. He had escaped and wandered
through tbe brush for some days with a large
party in pursuit, but cheated them of the
$10.000 reward offered by dying under the
hands of a physician.
-A negro alderman was present at the Get?
tysburg celebration, anl was refused admission
to the hotel. Having, daring last winter,
waited on a distinguished Oongreeemaa^who
was in Gettysburg at the time, he applied to
him to use his influence in bis behalf with the
hotel man. The representative declined to in?
terfere, and the darkey stayed out in the cold.
The Mayor of Washington, who was present,
did bia beat for the negro, but he failed to
?Ur the landlord.
-A bill ba? passed the Senate of Florida in
aid of the railroads in that State. It is pro?
posed to issue bonds to the amount of $14.000
a mile, to aid in extending the Pensacola and
Georgia g md to Mobile, all the bonds to be
issued at the same time. The second proposi?
tion is for the State to endorse to the extent of
$14,000 a mile the bonds of any comp my un?
dertaking to build a railro id from Gainesville
to Tampa ; the endowed bonds to be issued as
section* of five miles are io course of construc?
-The loj'.vsmi h who picked the lock on tho
outer door of the Ocean Bank vaults his re?
peated he feat, the lock having been set this
time at it was on tbe night of the robbery. He
was at work, about four hours, and after he
hid finished said be would open the lock at
any other combination in bj If an hour. 'The
bank offers re wai'Lu o' $25,000 for the arrest
and final conviction of the robber*, for tbe re?
turn of tbe mouey twenty-five per cent of the
amount returned, ten per cent, on the price of
United States bonds returned, and a liberal
percents go on other securities that may be re?
-We learn from the Wilmington Journal
that a young lad, named Leonilas Beattie
Limo, aged thirteen years and nine months, a
son of G. W. Lamb. Esq., was struck by light?
ning audios tant ly killed, while hun tina; on the
beach a? Mvrtle Grove Sound, Saturday after?
noon kat. He had crossed over to the "banks"
with a little negro about the same age both
having gaps tor the parposo o' hunting marsh
hens. Wheo the stroke of lightning esme,
young Lamb was instantly killod, his clothes
scorched partially off and bia body badly
burned. The lightning, arter shivering the
?tock of the gan and causing the discharge ef
I tue piece, entered the ground. The little
negro was so terribly stunned as to be deprived
of coaseiousnes3 or 6peech for some time.
When he became abie to move, he endeavored
to cross the sound, io the boat, to where Mr.
Lamb, the father, awaited their return. He
wa? too weak to retch the shore, bnt was able
to call and inform Mr. Lamb of bi j son's death,
hearing which the grief-stricken father crossed
over and recovered the body, which had been
reached by the tide. He conveyed the little
negro home. This boy, at last accounts, was
quite ill from the a hook. |
-The Washington correspondent of the
Baltimore Gazette writes : "The news from
Cuba is of a mon important character. The
Cubans have regained possession of the Cinco
Tillas district, while General Jordan has driven
the Spaniards from Los Tunas and tbe Puerto
del Padre country. The loss of the Spanish
forces is reported to have been very large, and
the disaffection ID the army and the contests
between the volunteers and the regulars have
resulted in tho almost complete annihilation
of the government forces in those sections of |
the island. The attempt of De Bodas to carry
out tho policy ot the present Government of
Spain- that of 'conciliation and promises'
bas had the effect of dividing the volunteers
into two factions. These volunteer who have
given in their adhesion to the De Bodas Gov
ernment, and have surrendered important
military positions-forts, arsenals, 4c-and
thus placed them under the control of Spanish
troops, are denounced as traitors by their for?
mer comrades, and are- pursued with more en?
mity than even the Cubans who are in insurrec?
tion. General Jordan has been placed by the
Coban insurgents in command of the Eastern
Department of the island, and it is reported
that he has made several visits lately to Porto
Rico, and that there is a large organization in
that island ready to revolt at any moment.
Sympathy for the Cubans is B*id to pervade
the population of the whole island.
THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1869.
Sta Semper Tyrannli.
The Virginia Conservati ves have defeated
the Radical party by a majority of 40,000.
In congratulating the *'Old Dominion" on
this glorieos success, we venture to express
oar belief that South Carolina will next
year win a viotory over Radicalism no less
complete than that which Virginia has won.
Give Land to Make Massey.
All oar difficulties-social, political and
industrial-oas be overcome by a proper j
ase of the land lever. With this we oan
gradually increase ear white strength,
until the State government is onoe more
controlled by white men. With this we oan
overturn the politicians who would force
the negro into oar private schools, give him
a seat at oar tablee and make him oar social
superior. With this we oan obtain laborers
for our fields, artiians for our faotoriea,
all that we need to make our State pros?
perous and strong. The power is ours; if |
we fail to exercise it, ours will be the fanlt.
No offer can be made to the laboring
classes of Europe that will have so much
effect as an offer of land. Take, for in?
stance, the agricultural laborers of Eng?
land, Ireland and Scotland, and consider
what would be the feelings exoited in them
by the absolute gift of a small farm. The
peasantry of the three countries which we
have named have no future but the grave.
Incl, UTv tm wmm mt fc- Sj ...?lag ?all, tri
without hope or expectation of improving
their oondition as long as they remain at
home. In England and Scotland, a few
years sgo, the average wages of the oom
mon agricultural laborer were ten shillings
a week, without quarters or rations. Two
dollars and a half in gold, for working six
days, from dawn to dark. Ont of this pit?
tance the family must be fed and clothed.
The wife may earn something in harvest
time, and so may the children; but at the
beat, all that the family oau earn is only
enough to save them from actual starvation.
They have no domestic comfort, no relaxa?
tion but a pot-house, no sufficient food or
clothing. These white men- crush ed down
by capital and a swarming population-live
in a hovel and die in a workhouse. Very
much the same state of affairs exists in
Ireland. However frugal and patient and
industrious the laborer may be, he dare not
in England hope to be able to rent a small
patoh of a few acres for himself. Nor without
a miracle or a revolution ean he become
the owner of a farm. No wonder, then,
that he is attracted by the immigration
agent, and persuaded to move to the West?
ern States of Amerioa, bribed by an offer
of high wages or oheap land, tempted by
the promise of emancipation from the
slavery of capital and competition.
Bat the landowners of South Carolina
oan offer more than any Western immigrant
agent can give. Our landowners cannot
promise wages as high as those whioh rule
in the North; but TBBT oin* orrs THE IM?
MIGRANT A FARM. They oan give the immi?
grant the thing he most desires-land of his
own. They oan give him what the West
cannot give-a tract of cleared land in a
settled country, within reach of a market
They oan, by giving away one-fourth or one
third of their rioh acree, make the rest
more valuable than the whole is worth to?
day. They oan make their land a magnet
to attract and hold the white man with ever
Few will deny that we have more land
fian we can make use of, and few will deny
that the value of the land, when a certain
point is reached, increases in the square
of the increase of the population. In 18G0,
the number of inhabitants to the square
mile was : in England and Wales, 307; in
Ireland, 205; in Belgium, 397; in the New
England States, 50: in the Middle States,
69; in the coast planting States, including
Sooth Carolina, 15. The difference between
the value of the land in tbe North and in
this State is not the difference of natural
fertility, but the measure of the difference
of the population. The South can be de?
veloped as rapidly as the Northwest has
been developed. Take the City of Chicago,
whose population in 1830 was thirty, and
in 1867 was 241,354. What wonder is it
that land around the oity whioh could be
bought for a song thirty years ago is held
now at almost fabulous prices ? abc South
can do more for her cities than the North?
west can do for Chicago. The West makes
grain; the South makea cotton, tugar and
rice. This ia the whole matter in a nut?
shell. All that we need la population.
F?r toe low country we caa hare end will
have Chinese immigrants. For the middle
and upper sections we want white men,
and these can be had by offering to eaoh
family a farm free of all cost.
To give away land BOW is to make money.
The man who has fire thonsand aeres and
gives away one-half to actual settlers will,
in fire years, be twioe as rich, twioe as pros?
perous, and twioe as safe as he is this day.
Ibis is the key to the whole problem. Who
will be the first to use it ?
A Crazy Fortwarden,
A Portwarden is often entrusted with the
leoiaion of questions involving many thou
land dollars, and in a large commercial
lily like Charleston it is most essential that
be office be filled by intelligent men, who
ire experienced in all matters oonneoted
?Uh shipping and the stowage of cargoes,
for this reason respectable ship carpenters
md other praotioal men of that class haye
isually been elected. But what is theoon
luot of the City Council Ring in regard to
he office of Portwarden ? At the meeting
)f Council held on Tuesday night, five
Port wardens were eleoted. Two of them,
Vir. Bird and Mr. Johnson, are, we believe,
n every way competent. Of the third, Mr.
y Neil!, we know nothing. The fourth and
if th are ignorant colored men. And this is
lot all. One of them, J. C. Holloway-son
rf "Alderman" Holloway-was committed \
o the State Lunatic Asylum, by Judge Buist,
z few months ago, as a lunatic, wholly unable
.0 take care of himself. A crazy oolored man,
with luoid intervals, is made one of the
Portwardens of Charleston. How can any
respectable man give his countenance to so
joandalous and injurious a proceeding ?
A Jack In Office.
The Marion Star publishes the following
impertinent letter to Dr. Yampin, tax col?
EXECUTIVE DEPABTHXHT, )
STATE TBXASUBT OFFICE. V
CoLUKBTA, S. C.,-, 1809. )
South Carolina is one of the most moderately
taxed States North dr South, and one-half of
ill assessed is going back into tbe pockets ot
the people who hold the bonds and stocks of
the State, for payment of two years' interest.
Any delay on the part of taxpayers will only
involve them in trouble and expense, as effl?
uent measures will be taken to enforce their
I am, very respectfully,
Tour obedient servant,
MILES G. PABXEB,
Treasurer State South Carolina.
The Massachusetts Treasurer is evidently
sleek and fat, or he would not growl so
stavely. The people will do whit seems to
Lhem to be best, and whether they deter?
mine to refuse the payment of taxes or to
appeal for relief to the tax law itself, they
will not be influenced by the mouthings of
Niles 0. Parker. We may add that no
attempt would have been made to pay the
interest on the State debt, had not Scott,
Parker and the rest of the Ring been spec
ilating in State bonds as they speculated in
jills of the Bank of the State. What is the
aextjob? Something in connection with
funding the bills of the Bank of the State
issued during the war ?
Thc Manion Star sand Immigration.
The Marion Star comes to us in a new
ires? and with a handle to its familiar
same, being oailed now " The Marion Star
and Southern Real Estate Advertiser."
The Star advocates the encouragement of
immigration, and advises all its readers to
"calculate" awhile. The whole paper is
fresh and vigorous. We wish it every sue
The Star, alluding to the subject of Chi?
nese immigration, says :
" We hope also that discussion will be
sad and committee, appointed upon the
subject of bringing at least a few Chinese
aborers. It is evident that the exper?
iment will be tried in the South, and let ua
xnow for ourselves at tho start if this labor will
mit ns. If it does, next year we can command
ill the lah vt ii e want, and thus choosing from
tho negroes those who are faithful ind efficient
laborers, we can dismiss the idle, impudent
md thievish to 'seek frosh fields and pastures
new.' Cotton will command a high price next
fall, and many of our planters will bc flush of
funds. There will be no difficulty in raising
money sufficient to bring in Chinese enough to
lest their adaptation to our wants."
fo&l ono /unnii.
BOY LOST.-A BOY KNOWN BY THE
name of WILLIE FARRELL or WILLIE
KENNED? wu decoyed away from bia borne in
Atlanta in April last. The boy bas lt "'ht bair, yerv
large blue eves, some freckles on his fae . snd is both
talkative and intelligent. Anr information retrard
lng him may be sent to his mother, Mrs. C. A. K> N
NEDY, Atlanta, Qa._6 July 6
STOL KN, PHOllI MRS. LEVICY SMOKE,
in Colleton County, two miles irom Walterboro',
on the night of the lOtb April last, her only MA BE.
Ihe alare is black and rather low for her length,
but well built; her body loan; both tore feet and
one bind foot are white, and 'branded oo the shoal-'
der 8. H. The Mare was followed fifteen miles above
Walt'rboro*. in the direction of Barci well. A white
man was riding her. Mrs. Smoke could not have
the thief iollowed for want of means, and her little
crop must be los', without help. Any information
relative to the Mare wilt be thankfully received. Di?
rect to Mrs. L. SMOKE, Walterboro', Colleton Coun?
LI M i ry i) PAHTNEK8H.IP.~-THE UN?
DERSIGNED have, in accordance with ibo
Acta of tbe Oener.il Ass mbly, and uode- Uri, name
of WILLI A il GURNEY, am in coutormliy with the
arlides of agreement of Limited Partmrstiip bea
log date Otb day of September, 1865, expiring this
lt U mutually agreed to renew aud out uno the
carno under said agreemon' to >uuc 1 1871.
(H;gued> > 11.LUM GUKS EY. dooral Partner.
Mgnc<l) J KY IN ?DUI S special Pun uer.
Charleston, S C., June 1, 1869.
June S_ stu h Imo
PARTNERSHIP ?VOII'E -THE HIV.
DERSIGNED have IHIB DAT formel a co-part
nerbblp under the firm nam- ol WTss & CO., for the
pur os? of earrjina on a COTTON FACTOBAO?
AND GENERAL COMMISSION B??lN'?S?.
E. J WI SS.
N, H. VALENTINE.
Charleston, July 1st, 1869. 6 July 0
|?9SOlntt0B of (?apartnersijip.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP,
ih; copartnership of bUHKE A BOHDE is
lain day disolved by mutual convent, BOHDE
BBUIHEBS assuming all responsibilities of the old
ina. J. ii. DUB RE.
H. ti. BOBDK.
Charleston, July 7, 1809.
THE CNDEtSIGNED HAVE THIS 1)\Y FORMED
i copartnership under the firm of ROHDfc'. BROS.,
or a general GRAIN. FEED AND iUISX MILL, at
he ol,I flan.l of HUH RE A BuBDK, Nos. 5CG King
md lit Meeting street?. H. B. IiOHDK.
July 7 8* D. BOHDE
NOTICE.-MK. OK??. \V i LA ii Ii UK?
TIRES lrom the mercautlle fl: .n cf GEO. W.
jt.ABK .V <'()., io this city, frou. ihe Isl net. The
Inn'* namo *ill be* continual and u.-ed by either
larmer lor cl03iog up tbe business
GEO. W CLARK k CO.,
No. ?16 East Bay-.trcet.
Charleston, 3. C., July 3,18G9.
July 6 6
WASTED. A WELL RECOMMENDED
WHUE GIRL. (Gannan preferred,) . com?
petent t-eamstress and Chimbe rm aid. Liberal wa?
ges. Apply at the HI LB EES HOUSE.
WAMTEP, A MA? WHO IS A.< COSTUM?
ED to the use of the FILE. Ii.quire at No.
101 BB AUF. IK-Bib ?.B I. 3?_Jul? 8
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, TWO
HUNDRED HAND.-, to work on the Macon
and Brunswick Railroad; thirty dollars per monta
and raciona; transporta; io o furnished, apply to
I. T. WEaTkBVELT, No. 28 Broad-street.
WANTED, A COOK. GOUD KH.FKK
EN CES required. Apply at Ho. 9 LbQ ARE
WANTED. A GOOL? COOK. AND WASH
E? , tor a small family. Before ces required.
Apply at the COBNtH OF HAYNE AND MKtr NO
WANTED. A WOMAN, WITHOUT ANT
iocnmbranoe, to Cook and Wash for a family.
A good recommendation will be required. Apply at
No. 180 .tl EE 1ING-STREET, fourth door above
George, eaat aide. 2 July 7
WANTED, BY A Gr-NTLKMAN AND
Wite. a SMALL HOUSE, or part of a Hon sr,
having Uro* or four rooms, and kitchen, near the
Battery. Address, hinting terms, L., Box Na 680.
Julys . 8*
WANT KD, BF A FAMILY WITHOUT
children, a SMALL HOUSE, OT H? F OF A
HOUSE, pleasantly situated tn Abe central part of
the City. Address, stating terms, P. 0. BOX. No.
836. _ JnueOS
WANTED, A SMALL Hi'US K, OF I HR EE
or tour rooms, with ki toben, m the central
part of the city. Bent not to exceed S20 per mouth.
Address "M.," at thia Ornee._Joue 17
WANTEO, BV A MARRIED MAN, A
situation in ?one Cotton Mill ?outb or South?
west; ls acquainted with all branches, having work?
ed in them all, but should s'lect WEAVING as a
choice. lardes wishing to engage sucha person
?111 please addreasa note, stating terms, to JOHN J.
BELLY, No; Its >ute-etreet, Boston. May 24
WANTED, EY fa. RY BOO V TO SIB.
SCRIBE to the ClBCULATENG LIBRAE?.
CH ABLES 0. BIGHTEB'S Select Library of New
Booka contains all of the latest publica ti ons,
April 21_No. 161 KING-STREET.
WANT KD-AG ?0 NTS - TO SELL THE
AMERICAN ENI I UNG MACHINE. Price
$25. The simplest, cheapest and best Knitting Ma?
chine ever invented. Will knit 20,000 stitches per
minute. Liberal inducements to Agents. Address
AMEBICAN KNITTING MACHINE COMPANY,
Bostoa, Maas., or tit Louis, Mo.
May 4 _78
WANTED, EVERYBODY TU K-NtlVV
that JOB PRINTING of all kinds, plain and
ornamental, ls executed promptly in the neatest
atyle and at tue lowest New York prices, at ? HZ
Nzws Job Office, Na 149 EAST BAT Call and ex?
?nime tbe scale of prices before giving your orden
WANTED, SUBSCRIBERS FUR ALL
THE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEW;*
PAPERS, at publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21 Na 161 King-street
WANTED. AGENTS FOR THE AMERI?
CAN FARMERS' HOUSE BOOK, in both Eng?
lish and German, by Robert stewart, V. s" of Mia?,
I he work covers the whole ground of the breeding
and raising, and the treatment of bones and mules,
both in sickness and health. It baa won ita way to
?pul ar favor, and ia to-day the most popular and
st wiling Horse Book out Address O. F. YEN ,
Publisher, Cincinnati, O. 6mo* March 19
WANTED-AGENTS-S75 TUS'AoO PER
mouth, everywhere, male and female, to in?
troduce the GENUINE IMPROVED CUMUON
SENSE FAMILY SWING MACHINE. This ma?
chine will st tc h. hem, fell, tuck, quilt. cord, bind,
braid and embroider in a moat superior manner
Pi ice only $18. Fully warranted for five years. We
will pay tioop for any machine that will aew a
stronger, more b-autitul. or more elmatic seam than
ours. It makes toe 'Elastic Lock stitch" Every
second -?tebcan be cut. and still the c'otb cannot
be pulled apart without tearing lt. We pi y agent*
from 375 to ?200 per m m th and expenses, or a com
ml8s'on I rom which twice that amount can be made.
Address, SECOMB A CO., PITTSBURG, PA.; ST.
LOniH. MO., or BOSTON. MASS.
C AU HON.-Do not be imposed upon by other
parties palming off worthless cast-iron machine.-',
under the aame name or otherwise. Ours ia the
only pennine and really practical cheap machino
manuf actured. 78 M av 4
TO RENT. A HOUSE, FULLY FU??
NIMHED. for three months, or a longer period
fl required. It is situated in a healthy anti pissant
locirion. coQUvns six upright and two attic rooms,
dressing ri oms, pin try. Ac, th ree--tory piazzas,
kitchen, stab's and carriage house, large cistern, a- d
gas fl x tn re?. throughout th? house. '1 o an approved
tenant the rent will bo $10 por month. Apply at
THIS OFFICE._?2_?S2 8
TO RENT. THE HOUSE No. IO VER
NON--TKEIT, with six rooms and dnuide
plaazs, and gas throughout. To a good tenant the
rent will he twenty dol?an per month Inquire, at
No. 30 AMHERST-^ IRE ET, one door from Nassau
FOR RI? NT. THE COMFORTABLE
DWELLING. No. 4 Doughty-s:ro.-t, within fifty
steps of tbe City Railway. Apply at No. H3 MK.E1
ING-sTRkEr. Ri-ntreasonable. Julys
TU HENT, Tit?; PLEASANTLY SITU?
ATED TWO AND A HALF STORY RESI?
DENCE, No. 5 Gadaden-atreet, opposite Wentworth.
Apply at CHARLESTON STEAM SAW MILL.
EBAL ESTATE AGENTS, AND OTHERS
having nouses to rout, eau have their Placards,
Ar., printed at the ?owe+t rates and in the newest
and neatest atvles of typo, at THE NEWS JOB OF
i ICE, Na 149 East Bay
FIR SALE LOW, A LARGE CHURCH
OP.GtN, containing thirty-five S.ops.
A SMALL PARLOR tu.GAN, containing four
MOPS, in a handsome Rosewood Case. Apply at
JOBN BAKER'S OBGAN FaClOBY, No. 13 Van
d r orst-sreet,_thstn3th July 8
MARKET FARM Ft Ht SALE.-A
FARM on tbe King-street plank road, Cooper
River side, about two miles from the city, contain?
ing forty-six (46) acres ul highly cultivated Planting
Land. The present owner offers it for salo to change
p-oporty ; has made tula season a very fino crop of
Irish potatoes on it, and has now tn lt a splendid
crop of corn.
For further information and particulars, apply to
JOHN F. O'NEILL A SON,
No. 167 East Bay,
Joly 1 thalulmo _Charleston, ?. C.
STEAM ENGINES FOR SALE CHEAP,
if applied tor immediately -
Ul One ia-horse Portabio ENGINE
(1) One 4-borse Portable Engine.
il) One 8-hone-power ENGINE, in good condition.
CAMERON. BARKLEY A LO.,
Northeast comer Meeting and Cumberland-street*.
AT PRIVATE SALE. THAT FINE
STAND with fixtures for a Grocery, corner
Calhoun and East Bay streets, No. 35. Apply ON
PREMISES. thrttt January 21
AUCTIONEERS, BROKERS, AND
otben wishing "tor Kale" Placards, Business
Cards, or other Job Printing executed witb neat?
ness and dispatch, will coasult their interest by leav?
ing their orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 Eau Bay._
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPkHS IN
any quantity. Price 75 cents per hundred,
ihr cheapest wrappioe papertbat can be used. Ap
ply at the office of THE N jj WS. March 1
rIHIOMAS COUNTY Gi., PLANTATION
?, FOR SALE.-I offor tor sale a PLANTAT'ON
In Thomas County, four miles from Ct-oma.-viile,
cooel-iiag of twelve bun Ired and two ami a hall
acres fir*! qua ( y Lund, wit i good D .veiling, <"a ins
Kitchen, barns, -table* Gi.i-hou.-e. tiiu Packlug
I?Crew Havksnilth -hop, lc , all und rgood lonee;
Uve hundo! acre! Cleared, bal in.-c bea vii v tim fr?
ed. Ibera are three hundred aeres of vir/in b-uu
mock bounded ou thu uorth aide by tho Mian ic
and Gulf Uailr-'ail; on the sou:'i by tho ttouticello
road, and th- new railroad from \lbany will come
within balfa unie of hi? Plaula.ioa
. here is n'jever-faidDU creek of fine water run?
ning thruugh (he Plantation; also five wells an i two
well stocked ?-h ponds on thc premises.
This place is known as tho ' soward Home Place,"
being formerly the property ol' Hun. James L. -cw
The Mules, Horses and oth-r Stock, with all the
Wagons and Agricultural linpl-m nte, will oe sold
with tho place on reasonable terme.
For particulars, apply to
A. STfcVENH. Augusta, Ga,
Orto A. P. WRIGHT, Tbomasvllle, G?.
Or L. j. GUILM*RTIN i CO , Savannah, Ga.
P. S.-Thire ure two church?? and two scbaol s in
ThomaavHlo, Ga., fine climate aa 1 good noun nora.
June 7 Imo
BOARD UN Si LL1 VA.Vj ISLAND.-TUK
BEACH HOUSK is now openel fir the ace m
modatloo of Hoarders, e^berpermanent or trntiMont.
Ainple a-'c-jmojodatiou for Picnic and Maroon Par?
ties. Carnage iu attend ince at Wharf.
July i ia* \v T. MoDONi TD, Proprietor.
EEMU VAL.-STRAUSS & VANCE
have remove t to thc Store No. 149 .MEKi. NO?
MI KELT oppo-ltc the Charleston Hotel, f innerly
oecupud by Messrs. Dewing, Thayc, A Co . where
they ate offer?D2 a lanre and completo assortincut ot
DhYani FANCY GOODS. Imo July G
WASHINGTON LODGE, No. 0. /?.K.M.
THE REGULAR. MONTHLY rrj .HM UN lu Al TON
of Washington Lodge, No 5, A. K. M., wi 1 bo
held at M aso u io Hall I BIS ( rbueadey ) EVEBIMO, 8th
Juiv, at Ef?ht o'clock
Members and ctudldatea for the H. M. Dogroo am
requ sted to attend punctually.
By order W. M. C. B. SIG WALD,
July 8 M ci otar?.
CHARLESTON HOOK AP.D LADDER
COMPANY, No. 2.
ATI END THE RUG UL A R MON Tb I.Y MEETING
of your Company Trrn ETCHING, at your Hall,
at Eigiit o'clock.
By order. OKO.McLAIN,
July8_beere ta ry.
fTTHE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THE
X Catboiic Inst?late will be held 1 HIS EVEKINO,
at the hall. Klng-sireet, at half-past Eight o'clock.
By order. HBNBY J. O'NEILL,
Ju y 8 Mcietary.
MASONIC FAIR ASSOCI ?THIN.
A N ADJOURNED MELTING OF THI3 ASSOCIA
A. TI')N will be held st Masonto Hall, 1ms EVEN
INO, 8th lust., st Eigbt o'clock.
Members are requested to be punctual.
GEO. H INGRAHAM, JB.,
July 8 secretary.
ONCKRT AND READING
ON THURSDAY EVENING NEXT. 8th INSTANT,
at Eight o'clock precisely, will be given at thc Village
Hail, in Summerville, a Musical and Bead! g Enter
tainnieot for the benefit of the village Church Fond,
ihe best mu*?cal artists ol the city have volunteered
tbe'r services on this occasion. Prh e of admission :
50 rents for sdults; children 26 cents 2 July 7
J^ISE THOU SAND DOLLARS.
TO LOAN. NINE THOUSAND DOLLARS, ON
first class collaterals.
Apply to HOLMES A MACBETH,
Joly 8 1 Brokers. No. 30 Broad-street
jj A V K K R S ,
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BROKERS AND MER?
CHANTS, wishing Checks, Blanks, Letter Heads, or
Job Printing of any description, cm get their oiders
filled promptly and in the neatest style, at cheap
ratea, by applying at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 East Bay.
Notices itt Ba n kr apt rn.
IN THE DISTRICT till HT OF THE
UNITED STATE", FOB 80D1H CABOLINA
MAY TERM, 1869 -IN THE MATTES. OF RICH?
ARD B. CARPENTER. OF CHARLESTON, S. C.,
BANKRUPT-PE 1 Tl ION FOR FULL AND FINAL
DISCHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordere?!, That a
hear, og be had on the THIRTEENTH Dal OB JOLT,
1869. at Federal Courthouse In Charleston, S. C.; and
th.it all Creditors, Ac, ol said Bankrupt appear at
said time and piare, and ?bow causo, if any they can,
why the prayer of the petitioner sbould not be
granted. And tbat the second and third meetings of
creditors of said Bankrupt will b? held at the office
of J. C. CARPAN TER. Esq., Registrar of Second
Congressional District, S. C.. on ELEVENTH OAT
or JOLT, 1869 at 12 ?1.
By order of the Court, the 1st day or Joly,
1869. DANIRL HOELBEi K,
Clerk of the District Court of tbs United States for
South Carolina._ftuwJ_July 2
IN THE DISTRICT COURT (IK THE
UNi'iED SlAlbS, FOB TBE DI-TBICT OF
SOUTH CABOLINA - tX PABTE JOHN BAINS
FOB IN BE L. O. LUV KL ESS, BANKROPi.-In
pursuance of an order in this caso made by hts
Honor GEO. 8. BRYAN, United Males Judge, the
lien creditors of said Bankrupt are hereby notified
to come in and establish their Hens before rn-, at
Newberry, onorbefoie tbo nrxEBNTH |16TH) OAT
or JOLT, next, or be debarred from all benefits of
the Decree to be mad? m this case.
c. G. JAEGER, Benisterin Bankruptcy,
June 24 thS Office at Nc weer y, s. C.
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?IK VM.''*?il??G A\D UAllt-CUTTlBG,
LADIES AND JTHLDhiLN
allende.] at their residences ; rcmptly and at reason?
?rnd orders '.o W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
April 14 No. SI Broad-street ?np stairs.)
4^ OLOKIUVI CH AMUR.
THAT ANY HICK Mitt nmvivvh THU
treatment ol atty y. ?r? a;o, inuit b* ntasMer*-! .
proof thu human bring? aro Tory hart ti ki?.
The lancet, calomel, cantbarldUs anrl ?lraatl'; pur?
gatives were thea the erJeroftbe diy. The phy
alelan played Into toe hand a of the apothecary, and
the unfortunate patient was drenched morning,
noon and night with prostrating medicines. We
lire in a more ratienal and conscientious era. The
importance of supporting Nature in Its conflict
with disease U now understood. Complaints in
themselves weakening are no longer aggravated by
artificial depletion. They are met with TON IC J
that rally the vital powers and enable them to de?
feat the enemy. Chief among these allies of Nature,
in its battles with sickness, ls
Ibis wonderful vegetable restorative ii the sheet
anchor of the feeble and debilitated. Aa a cordial
for the aged and decrepld it has no equal among
stomachics. Aa a remedy for the nervous weakness
to which the tender sex are especially subject, it is
superseding every other stimulant and nervine.
In all climates, tropical, temperate or frigid, ita acts
aa a specific in every species of disorder which un?
dermines the bodily strength and breaks down the
animal spirits. Wherever it ls introduced it be?
comes a standard, article--a med '.anal staple. Drug?
gists, although their profit upon it i j small, find it
absolutely necessary to keep a preparation for which
everybody inquires, and for which nobody will
accept a substitute. It la tc-day the moat popular
medicine in the civilized world. Extensively os lt
ie advertised, ita beat aJverttsemmt ls tho beneficial
result which uniformly follows its use. Every bottle
sold insures the sale of at leant haifa dozan moie.
Unlike other stimulants it braces and fortifies the
system without exciting undue cerebral actioi.
The cheering effect which it prodnces upon the
mind is not momentary, but permanent. The ri ls
no subsequent depression. It does not, sa la the
case with all other stimuli, beget a craving for ex?
citants. On the other hand, it soothes and calms
the nerves, combining, strange as the anomaly may
seem, the qualities of a sedative and gentle anodyne
with those o: a Ionic and invigorant. The perfect
purity of all its ingredients, their admirable adap?
tation tn the purposes they are intended to sub?
serve, the judicious proportions in which they are
combined, and the scientific skill with which they
aro blended, render thi8 famous article at once the
most potent and the most harmless of all known
tonics and alteratives
S >'d by all Drugjists.
December 7 ly
91 60 per Posad,
JOHN H U R K A M P A 00.
JaW H 3?
BACON ST lt I I'S, LARD, A.c.
?j\f\i\ POUNDS OHOIOR H. C. STRIPS
?)\)\f\f 10 pells pur* sod roeta Lard
ir, bbl?, farol 1/ sod Ext? Flour
ii) bMs ffiusrsoiue Hyrap
M trna* Adsmautifle Candles
30 bbl*. Crasb*d sugar.
Vm ??I? tj R. A A. P. CALDWELL.
ti KO li GI A FLOUR.
7fT II A OH EXTRA AND BOPER GEORGIA
, Ol'i OUR. For ?ale by
J. N. BOBFON,
Jn'y 8 1 DAO Nos. 1 sn<l 2 Atlantlo Wharf.
COEN AND KAM ERN HAT
TAAA BOTHELS Pal ME WHITE MILLING
I UUU COBN, In bulk, per schooner E. Water?
313 balea Prime Eastern Hay.
Tor sale low while l?nding,.by
Joly 8_WE ST A JON KS, No. 16 East Bay.
QS~\f\f\ BUfH'LS PRIME WHITE AND
OvJLfU; YELLOW COBN, per schooner Bol?
lon from Baltimore. V
Per sale by F. D. C. KB AC KB.
July 8 2?_No 1 Doughty-street.
KA A ri BUCHEXS PRIME WHITE CORN
OUU' ' 1500 bushels Prime Yellow Com, per
For sale by J. N. TIDE MANN A 00.
PRIME WESTERN SIDES AND
A f\ BHDS, STRICTLY PBIUB WESTERN 0. Bi
30 hhds. Prime Western Shonlders
10 hhds Second Quality shoulders.
Landing and for sale by JEFFORDS A CO.,
July 7 A Nos. 17 and 19 Vendue Bange.
CORN, OATS AND HAT
I RAA BUSHELS PBIMB WHITE COBN
XOUU 8C0 bushels Prime Oats, tx schooner
200 bales PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY.
For sale by H. BULLWINKLE A CO.
OAK! OAK ! OAK!
JUST RECEIVED A LABOE QUANTITY OF
well seasoned CAE LUMBER. For sale by
L H HALL A CO.,
Northwest Corner East Bay and Market street.
CORN 1 CORN !
II A AA BUSBBLS PRIME WHITE AND WEST
OUUU ERN WHIT x CORN, ex steamship Sea
Gull, and schooners Shiloh and C 8. Groves.
For sale by J. CA M Ps EN A 00.
July 6 _8
OAiiA BUSHELS BRIGHT HEAVY OATS,
??\jy>\J Forsaleby T. J. KERR A CO.
June 30 _
FOR SALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAL, BY
Dr. H. BABB.
June 26_No. 131 Meeting-afreet
TA A BALES PB1ME NORTH BTV CB HAT.
i U U For sale by T. J. KERR A 00.
A AA BBLS "FAMILY," "SCPEE' AND
4:1 JU "FINE" FLOUR.
For sale by I. J. KERR A CO.
EAST INDIAN MANIOCA. A NEW, AGREEA?
BLE, most de Ueloak aod healthy food, used
for Puddings, Jollies, Blanc Manse, Ice Cream,
Griddle Cakes, Soups, Ac., put up in 1 lb. pack?
ages, with directions for use.
Desiccated Cocoanut, for Pies, Puddings, Cakes,
Ac., put np in half tb. packages, with directions.
Sweet Oil, F rt- neb and American in hair pints, pints
Cider and White Wine Vineg?r, warranted pure
Fresh Roasted Rio Coffee, of good quality, at Soo.
Just received and for sale by
CO-OPERA i TVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corar r Meeting and Market a tree ta.
Goods delivered free. May M
H* & H. W. CATHER WOOD'S
EXTRA FINE PURE OLD
IN ORDER TO FACH IT\TE THE bUPPLYOF
OUR PURE OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WHIS?
KIES to our former numerous costumers at the
South, we have appointed Messrs. H. GERDTS A
CO. our Agents, who by tola arrangement, are en?
abled to supply the trade at prices wich will Insure
satiataotton. H. A H. W. CATHEBW09D*
H. Si H. W. CATH KKWO'IUD'S
IX TBA FINE PURE OLD
CT A BARRELS OF THE ABOVE FAVO BITE
OU WaP-KIE*. consl?tingof X, XX XXX, XXXX.
and NXCI.AU and CABINET BB AND), and also of
Now landing, and fer sale low by
H. GKRDTS k CO.,
Jor.e 12 slnth3mo_No. East Bay.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE, WHOLsV
SALK AND RETAIL, by Dr. H. BA ER, No.
131 M EETING-STREET
WOLF'n SCHIEDAM .?CHN?PPS
Foutz' Horse and Cattle Powders
Winslow's Soothing syrup
Perry Davis' 1 alnkllier
Meiirau Mustang Linament
Peery's Dead Shot, Ac, Ac., As,
June 26 aluth
Pto ?00?I9, (Etc.
BRY AND FANCY GOODS,
FURCHGOTT & BRO.,
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS.
5 CASES OF 4-4 l.ONGCLOTHS, AT12J? CENTS.
A large assortment ot Fretch Corsets, hom 75
Fine cho'ce < lollara of Crape Maretz only.30
cent? per jard. c
French Figured I ambries, "t 25 cents per yard.
A full supply ot Colored Mus tu.-, Mozambique*.
Parcges, Leno*. 10 per CPL t cb>aper than anywhere
L full Hue of Pwlsses. Cambrics, Nainsooks,
Crossbarred Muslin?, at moderato pcices.
Ceo dozens of En-rush aud German Ladles' and
dem's Hobicry. fr>im ISJ? cents up.
i bo latest style of Parasols for Ladles and Chil?
dren, from CO couts up.
Ladies' Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs, from 10
Bobiuet for Pavilions, at reduced prices.
Hoopsklrt? for Ladies, from 40 rents up.
A well assorted stocx ol Straw Goods, Ribbons,
Gloves, Ac, which we sell at ridiculous prices.
Call and examine our stock. Great inducement*
are offered at
FUKCHGOTT Ai BRO.,
Corner King and Calhoun streets.
An ex-In ?ive department for BOOT-', SB OES,
HATS and TRUCKS, which wc are able to sell 20
per cent, cheaper than any other house.
May 3 3mos
J_?OL,.nK5 cw MACBETH.
No. 38 Broad-street,
Charleston, b. C.,
BROKERS, ACCTIONEEUS. BEAL ESTATE
GUNKIIAL. CU RIM I. SS IO ft AGE.MTS,
Will otttand to Rentan,,' and ?> llectmg of Rents
and purchase and sale ct bioc-s, Ronds, Gold,
SUver aud heal Estate.
To thc Purchase ot Good.- an-i Supplies for parties
tn the country upon reason tble terms.
GEOBUK L. HOLME*.M.KXA.NW.E MACBEXS.
January 1 lyx